Chants of “WHO!?” rang out around The Fillmore Silver Spring recently when Xavier Wulf’s The Hollow Squad Tour rolled into the DMV.
Rosanne Cash played a phenomenal concert of gorgeous, sophisticated songs and wonderful stories to a packed house of engaged and highly appreciative fans at Bethesda’s Strathmore Music Center on Friday night with her husband and musical partner John Leventhal at her side as bandleader.
Rosanne Cash released She Remembers Everything, her 15th album, on Blue Note Records last year. The daughter of Johnny Cash will perform at Strathmore Music Center on Friday, March 1.
On a cold Saturday evening, singer-songwriter Valerie June took the stage with a tiny banjo before a sold-out crowd at the District’s Historic Sixth & I Synagogue. Informing the crowd the that this banjo was “the baby,” Valerie played “Somebody to Love” to kick off an evening of soulful roots.
Finding an opening band for Pop Evil seems like it may be difficult task due to the fact that the band’s songs can vary so greatly from melodic to heavy. But Savage After Midnight were more than up for the challenge at Baltimore Soundstage recently.